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Today’s “best of” Sketch of the Day is the cover to issue 7 of Liberty Comics from Heroic Publishing. Since this story (which I also wrote) took place during WW2 I tried going for a J.C. Leyendecker-style cover…

Pen and ink/ digital colors

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Speaking of favorite teachers from the Art Institute, here’s a piece I did as a thank you for Kellie Zolnikov who spent a lot of time trying to help me understand even basic math. That was no easy task, hence the illustration!

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Working on an editorial assignment that I can’t share yet then heading out of town for a short trip, so Sketch of the Day is going to be a li’l different for the next li’l bit– Think of it as “best of’s…”

Or, in my case, best I can do…

But I will try to post stuff that hasn’t been used as a sketch of the day before. So to start this off, here’s my favorite painting I’ve ever done.

12 x 16 Watercolor

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A little something different this week: Many years ago now I attempted to write my first superhero comic called Pulse, based on a character I had doodled as a kid. Needless to say, since you’ve never heard of it, it went nowhere, and it’s probably a good thing because my scripts sucked. But what didn’t suck was the interior artwork, provided by Vittorio Garofoli, and the covers which were inked by comic legend Joe Rubinstein. This week I’ll be sharing those 4 covers…